Yeah you're probably right, trouble is - I have a deep dark hatred for it, for anyone who doesn't dedicate their life to visiting emulation sites every day, the whole thing is just baffling, different websites, different versions, it would probably take me about 3 years to work out how to run anything from a command line and at that point I'd suspect my roms wouldnt work because MAME would require some kind of different set. I imagine after all that it would probably run CPS3 a lot slower as well.
I reckon mame would be better once everything was all set up - but getting it set up sounds like a nightmare.
> MAME might suit your needs better.
> > hmm.. I'm beginning to think a simple application that allows you to control
> > windows mouse with a gamepad could just be a quicker dirtier solution - anyone
> > have any ideas?
> > > Does anyone know if its possible to run the "nebula" CPS3 emu from a command
> > > line prompt? This isn't something I have any experience with (with any
> > emulator)
> > > but recently I built a home theatre PC for the usual movies \ music stuff
> > > chucked the emulator on their just for kicks - I was really suprised at how
> > > tasty it looked and ran...
> > >
> > > http://www.bluebomber.net/sf1.jpg
> > > http://www.bluebomber.net/sf2.jpg
> > >
> > > ..with front USB ports for gamepads and arcade sticks (hidden under a front
> > > flap) it suddenly occured to me this would make a nice little "living room
> > > arcade machine" - I just need to find a way of launching the emu without
> > having
> > > to manually select roms, settings so on and so forth.
> > >
> > > Is this possible?
> > >